Note: Special class times for the July 4th holiday. Monday, July 3 the last class is at 600p. There is NO 700p class. Tuesday, July 4 there will be a 900a and 1000a class only.
Molly Martucci has accomplished many incredible things over the past few years. She recently graduated with a Master’s in social work from the University of North Carolina, got married and has decided to join the Raleigh CrossFit team as a coach.
Her passion for CrossFit began three years ago and she started as an athlete at Raleigh CrossFit in August 2015. From there her level of commitment to becoming a student of the sport grew and has not stopped, leading her to the position she is currently in now.
“Molly will begin her coaching career with Raleigh CrossFit and I couldn’t be more proud to have her take that next step within our community. She is the epitome of positivity, always striving to not only make herself better, but to also empower those around her to excel to their own greatest potential. Those who have come to know her, will not dispute this statement.” – Chennelle, Owner and Coach
With Molly joining the coaching team soon, you will begin seeing her off the floor as an athlete and more often with a red coaching shirt on. As that occurs, please read more about Molly below.
Based on your initial experience and conversation with us, how do you see yourself with our Raleigh CrossFit community?
“I love the Raleigh CrossFit community. When I moved to Raleigh two years ago, this was the first place where I felt like I belonged and that gave me a sense that Raleigh could be home. The fitness is fun, but it’s the community that keeps me coming day in and day out.”
Name three aspects of coaching that you enjoy and why.
- Developing relationships. I’m a social worker. I seek environments that give me the opportunity to interface with people I care about. I love the Raleigh CrossFit community, and coaching gives me a better opportunity to get to know each athlete on an individual basis.
- Sharing in victories. My own love for CrossFit stems from how empowering it has been for me. I look forward to being there, and being part of, athletes’ PRs. A PR is so much more than hitting a movement for the first time, or adding weight to a barbell – it is a feeling of mental, emotional, and physical strength. I’m looking forward to the role I may play in others’ achievements.
- Being part of a community. I keep coming back to the theme of community, because that is what keeps me coming back to CrossFit. Coaches have a unique, and important role in the Community. That is a responsibility I take very seriously.
Welcome to the Coaching Team Molly!